Final Opportunities in March and April: Broadway and Off-Broadway Show Closures

Every good thing eventually reaches its conclusion.

Shows bid farewell for various reasons. Some are planned limited engagements, their end dates set long before rehearsals began. Others, like The Phantom of the Opera, enjoy open-ended runs spanning decades. Then there are the unfortunate flops.

In February, March, and April, several Broadway and Off-Broadway productions will take their final bows. However, the stages won’t remain empty for too long. Where there are audiences, new shows will always emerge.

Final Curtains

March 16


Off-Broadway Spotlight: Eddie Izzard’s One-Man Show at Greenwich House Theater

Eddie Izzard masterfully embodies 23 characters in a solo adaptation of Shakespeare’s timeless story, delving into themes of betrayal, revenge, madness, morality, and the intricacies of human nature.

March 17

The Connector

Off-Broadway Alert: MCC Theater Space Presents Jason Robert Brown’s Latest Musical

Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown (“Parade”) brings forth a new musical revolving around a promising journalist who priorities storytelling over truth.

March 31

“All the Devils are Here: Shakespeare’s Pioneering of Villainy”

Off-Broadway Showcase: Patrick Page’s Solo Performance at DR2 Theater

Following his roles as musical antagonists in Broadway hits like “Spider-Man” and “Hades town,” Patrick Page shifts his focus to Shakespeare, presenting a one-man exploration of evil on stage.

Sleep No More

Off-Broadway Farewell: McKittrick Hotel Hosts the Final Performances of its Immersive “Macbeth” Experience

Concluding its remarkable 13-year sold-out run, the thrilling multi-level immersive adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” bids farewell within the expansive 100,000 square foot McKittrick Hotel.

April 14

Doubt: a parable

Broadway Highlight: Liev Schreiber Headlines in John Patrick Shanley’s Morality Play at the Todd Haimes Theater

Liev Schreiber takes the lead in the inaugural Broadway revival of John Patrick Shanley’s thought-provoking morality play, exploring themes of religion, truth, faith, duty, and uncertainty.

April 28

“Days of Wine and Roses”: A Timeless Tale of Love and Addiction

Broadway Brilliance at Studio 54: Adam Guettel’s Musical Adaptation of “Days of Wine and Roses”

Composer Adam Guettel, known for “The Light in the Piazza,” brings to life a captivating musical rendition of the 1962 film, portraying the journey of two souls entangled in a complex web of love and codependency. Featuring stellar performances by Brian D’Arcy James and Kelli O’Hara.

Kimberly Akimbo

Booth Theater Broadway Delight: Award-Winning Musical Delivers Laughter and Tears

Experience the uproarious and poignant journey of growing up and growing old (not necessarily in that order) in this critically acclaimed musical, recipient of five Tony Awards and numerous other honours during the previous season.

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